He seriously risks missing a transfer market operation that Milan tried to conduct, also due to the inclusion of rivals.
The Milan is on the hunt for a midfielder. A well-known news, with the Rossoneri who want to enrich their midfield with an extra element, with specific characteristics.
Basically you need a heir of Franck Kessiethe box-to-box Ivorian who left his position unguarded after leaving for Barcelona. So Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara are looking for a quality and quantity median.
It is not easy to find the right profile, especially since Milan does not have a huge budget to invest. We therefore look for low-cost opportunities, possibly of perspective.
One of the most popular profiles in recent times is that of Raphael Onyedika. The Nigerian midfielder born in 2001 plays in Denmark, in Midtjylland. Closely observed by the Rossoneri talent scouts, the young player can represent a futuristic but already very intriguing choice.
Bruges hinders Milan: Belgians on pole for the midfielder
The Milan has failed so far has found an agreement with the Danes. In fact, according to the local press, the Rossoneri would have gone no further than 6.5 million of euros as a proposal for the price tag of Onyedikaalways finding the strong resistance of Midtjylland.
The problem is that now a new rival is coming up on the 21-year-old Nigerian. A club that Milan know very well, given that they have treated you for weeks in the current transfer session. We are talking about the Club Bruges.
A real tough nut to crack: Bruges have recently sold their talent to Milan Charles De Ketelaerenot without complicating the life of the AC Milan managers, forced to negotiate for more than a month before reaching an agreement on 32 million euros plus bonuses.
Now the Bruges it would have entered, according to the revelation of the portal Hln.be, right on the trail of Onyedika. The Belgians want the young midfielder and they would be trying to overcome the competition from Milan. Indeed, from Belgium they write that the Nerazzurri club would also have an advantage: the preference of the player himself, more likely to land in Bruges than in pretentious Milan.
Onyedika would like an intermediate step. Before landing in big football he would like to try the experience in a club that focuses on young people without too much pressure. The Milan it is no coincidence that in recent days it seems to have lowered its guard on the Nigerian, turning more on the Cameroonian Jean Onana.